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Civil society in the muslim world : contemporary perspectives.

by Sajoo, Amyn B.(ed).
Publisher: London : I. B. Tauris, 2002Description: 200 p.ISBN: 1860648584; 9781860648588.Subject(s): Islamic studies | Politics & government | Civil society - Islamic countries | Islam and politics - Islamic countries | Islamic countries - Politics and government | Political participation - Islamic countries | Political Science | Politics / Current Events | Politics/International Relations | Islamic countries | Civics & Citizenship | Islam - General | Political Science / Civics & Citizenship | Political Science / General | Religion / Islam / General | General | Sociology & Anthropology: ProfessionalOnline resources: Click here to access online | Click here to access online Summary: Even before the events of September 11, 2001, the global discourse on civil society – in its varied interpretations and manifestations – had caught the attention of citizens and communities across the Muslim world from Iran, Tajikistan, and Indonesia, to the Maghreb. Issues of human rights, pluralism, and gender equity were already at the forefront of the wider quest for participatory politics. This collection is a landmark survey of social and intellectual trends in diverse Muslim contexts.
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Even before the events of September 11, 2001, the global discourse on civil society – in its varied interpretations and manifestations – had caught the attention of citizens and communities across the Muslim world from Iran, Tajikistan, and Indonesia, to the Maghreb. Issues of human rights, pluralism, and gender equity were already at the forefront of the wider quest for participatory politics. This collection is a landmark survey of social and intellectual trends in diverse Muslim contexts.

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